Really it comes down to what your hobbies are...meaning things you enjoy doing that you don't get paid for.
When you are FI and don't HAVE to work it makes a big difference in your attitude...and employers notice.
Im my case I Drive a Bus for a very large company...gets me out of the house and I enjoy the socialization with the (same) people I cart around every day and the interaction with my fellow employees.
The senior management knows I don't have to work like the rest of the drivers and because I do my job diligently and show up when I say I will I truly believe I'm cut a lot more slack than the others are.
They have an Annualized Employee Turnover Rate of nearly 120% (in a 11% unemployement market yet) but because I'm FI I can ignore most of the BS that the others have to put up with.
And I have to admit since I don't have to play the office politics game its a lot of fun to stick my oar in and "Stir The Pot" and see what floats to the surface....it can be very entertaining watching the Ants when you've turned the Anthill over...